Just a quick update to let you know we’ve added more detailed sales figures for the US market this week!
For the following models we’ve found detailed monthly and annual US sales data and will update them every month from now on:
- Mini Hardtop 2-door
- Mini Hardtop 4-door
- Mini Convertible
- Mini Clubman
- Mini Coupe
- Mini Roadster
- Mini Paceman
As you see, we’re constantly busy to expand our database of European, US and Chinese car sales figures. We hope you enjoy our latest update, we’ll keep adding more data as we find it!
Kriss will upload an analysis of the September US model ranking within the next few days, but I’ll give you a quick sneak peek into the four new models which were launched in September:
The Alfa Romeo Giulia arrived Stateside with the first 7 registrations of the top-of-the-line QV version with the twin-turbo V6 engine.
Newborn brand Genesis launched its second model in 3 months time with the Genesis G90 to replace the Hyundai Equus. This hasn’t yet turned around the fortunes of the model, with just 10 sales for the G90 on top of the 60 sales for the outgoing Equus.
Not a new nameplate, but a significant and long overdue new generation for the Infiniti Q60, especially since the top-of-the-line Q60 Red Sport with 400hp has been universally praised by the press. At 497 sales, it sells more in its first month than its predecessor has done in the past 20 months.
Perhaps one of the most important launches of the second half of the year: Lincoln’s new Continental has arrived, and with 775 sales it too sells more than is predecessor MKS has sold in the past 18 months. It’ll be interesting to follow the progress of this model, as the future of the Lincoln brand depends on it.